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Apple Inc - the Macintosh

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Apple computers are considered to one of the finest in the world. This is true because apple computers are built with the best computer software, hardware, and programming for there users. The Macintosh is one of apple's very successful computer on the market when Apple Inc. was just barley starting from 1967-1980.

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Joe Shirley has been our Navajo Nation President since 2002. He has done so much for the Navajo people like for example the time when he signing off $4.5 million for the White cone Multipurpose Facility Project, his latest thing he for somebody in our community is to order half-staff in honor of the late Navajo code Talker Allen Dale June; he was 90 years old and was one of the original 29 Navajo code talkers who served United States of America. Mr. Shirley has been the only Navajo president who served second term. Joe is in his 42ed year of public service.

Joe L. Cayaditto is the Torreon/Starlake Chapter house president; personally I have known him as a friend. He has graduated from Cuba High School and has a GED. He won the vote with 55.83% of the Torreon People voting for him his opponent was Richard Montoya he had a vote of 44.17%. He has supported many of the drug and alcohol prevention programs. Joe has and Ojo Encino has made a real difference by providing Electricity to 50 homes 25 in each chapter, "(The electricity) is mainly for my kids. They're being left behind", said local Torreon resident Floyd Jim, also the people that has the electricity only has to pay $25 at each of the chapter house meetings.

On the background of Joe Shirley he has many things that he is proud of. He is a 1966 graduate of Chinle High School. He earned an Associates of Art Degree in 1968 from Magic Valley Christian College, Obtained a BS in business from Abilene Christian University, recognized him as distinguished alumnus, he has his very own Holiday on the Campus Called, "Joe Shirley, Jr., Day", Master of Social Work Degree from ASU, Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, NAU recognizes him of his 37 years of Public Service to the Navajo people and resident of Apache County. He served on the Navajo Nation Council from 1986 to 1999: During this time he was the Chairman of the Labor and Manpower Committee, the Advisory Committee from 1987 to 1991, Chairman of the Tax Commission from1991 to 1995.

From what I know about Joe Cayaditto he has been an oil field worker for at least 5 years and now he works as a chapter president. He helped with the Indigenous community Enterprises Navajo Hogan Project. His community as a population of over 1,500 people. His people have standed by his side and always helping him and the community. He always help his people through everything

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